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Old 01-19-2015, 03:10 AM
lnesje lnesje is offline
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Default Vector - route to based on DNIS


trying to create a global vector that can be used for alot of numbers, and based on DNIS.
I should basically route to a variable, if DNIS = xyz.. But I can just use ANI . Any suggestions ?

Goto step 4 if DNIS = 12345677
Goto step 5 if DNIS = 12345678
Goto step 6 if DNIS = 12345679

04 : route-to number A
05 : route-to number B
06 : route-to number C

not to complicated, but how can this be solved ?
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Old 07-01-2015, 05:14 AM
arahamanshar arahamanshar is offline
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You can achieve your objective by using incoming call handling treatment to route calls to VDN-->vector--> desired nuumber(A, B, C, D)

warm regards,

Abdul Rahaman Shariff
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Old 07-07-2015, 04:36 PM
fazil3 fazil3 is offline
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Hi Inesje,

> You can create a vector routing table

add vrt 1


Number: 1 Name: AREA CODES Sort? n

1: 123??????? 17: 444???????
2: 456??????? 18: 555???????
3: 679??????? 19: 666???????
4: 111??????? 20:
5: 222??????? 21:
6: 333??????? 22:

> the above would mean numbers starting with area code 123, 456 etc.

> And enter steps like below in the vector


08 goto step 27 if ani in table 1
09 goto step 28 if ani in table 2
10 goto step 29 if ani in table 3
11 goto step 30 if ani in table 4
12 goto step 31 if ani in table 5


27 route-to number 4000 with cov y if unconditionally
28 route-to number 8000 with cov y if unconditionally
29 route-to number 5000 with cov y if unconditionally
30 route-to number 6000 with cov y if unconditionally
31 route-to number 7000 with cov y if unconditionally
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